A fairytale is much elder than the majority of arts and sciences; however, its value is not becoming less depending on how much time had passed. The magic of fairytales comes from its ability to transfer the audiences through the storyteller into any kind of world and reality.
The word can ring like gold, become food and shelter for a poor, or come true like a freedom dreams of a king or a hermit.
Folk tales, besides the rest of their powers, can cure, because the stories keep wisdom of ages without forcing one to make his own mistakes and study on them. Fairytales contain useful advice and metaphorically describe the potential to find the way in any situation.
Kazakh folk stories are based on myths, which were born in the steep.
They are light as well as unsettled like a wind. The wonderful fairytales of Kazakhs bear an excitement, sorrow, aspiration to rush into mysterious, the desire to ask questions and cognize.
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